'Assassin Creed III' Latest News: Ubisoft Ends 30th Anniversary With Major & Final Game Giveaway
Ubisoft will end its 30th anniversary game giveaway for PC gamers on December 30. "Assassin Creed III" will be the last free game the company will offer for 2016.
Starting December 7, Ubisoft Club member can grab a free copy of the "Assassin's Creed III." This offer will be available for 30 days. This also means that last month's "Far Cry: Blood Dragon" is still available for those who have not signed up yet. The game is still for free until it is substituted by "Assassin's Creed III." Additionally, "Blood Dragon" is free on Xbox 360 right now for Gold members.
"Assassin's Creed III" is a story of the hot-tempered Native American assassin named Connor. The game revolves trough Connor's entire life commencing as a tree-climbing boy and transforming from a bothered young man to a rancorous adult. It is a huge game that gives players a lot to do. The game does not, however, rely solely on its series' glories. It takes chances with its opening, its story, and with its characters. "Assassin's Creed III" is rated eight out of 10 by reviews.
The previous free games offered by Ubisoft, were "Prince of Persia: Sands of Time" in June and "Splinter Cell" in July. Other games also given for free were "Rayman Origins" in August, "The Crew" in September, "Beyond Good and Evil" in October, and "Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon" in November as reported by Gamespot. Ubisoft also launched previously the advent calendar where aside from free games, other freebies were also given out.
Ubisoft was created in 1986. The company is presently struggling to preserve its independence. Media conglomerate Vivendi previously owned Activision Blizzard keeps on buying more of its shares. However, despite this internal struggle, the company remains true to its promise of delighting gamers all over the world. Ubisoft continues its tradition of giving new titles from each backlog every month.